Kory Samuels

  • March 11, 2021

    artists rendering of tables and chairs in a dining hall.

    Gracie’s begins online-only ordering Monday as seating renovations begin

    Gracie’s, the largest dining hall on the RIT campus, will go to all online ordering Monday as renovations begin to restructure its seating area. Orders will be prepared in the kitchen and can be picked up in the lobby of Grace Watson Hall, where additional seating will be added in the lounge, as well as in the lobby of Kate Gleason Hall and in a large, heated tent that will be in place just west outside Grace Watson Hall.

  • August 10, 2020

    person wearing a face mask taking a pre-packaged meal from a display.

    Changes in RIT dining options promote convenience, safety

    Changes are in place at 21 locations on the RIT campus that will serve thousands of breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners to students, faculty, and staff members returning to campus. Online ordering, cashless checkouts, reduced occupancies, outdoor and spaced-out seating, and increased cleaning protocols are all new features offered by RIT Dining in response to COVID-19 precautions.

  • January 27, 2020

    graphic that reads: Ditch the Disposables: plastic bags, plastic straws, plastic stirrers.

    RIT gets greener with elimination of plastic bags and straws

    Plastic bags, straws and stirrers will be a thing of the past beginning Friday at RIT, as the university begins its “Ditch the Disposables” campaign to decrease plastic waste. The initiative comes with student support, and in advance of a state ban on plastic bags that begins March 1.

  • August 6, 2019

    Contractors stand on ladder to work on ceiling in dining hall.

    Renovated Gracie’s on schedule to reopen on Aug. 12

    Gracie’s, the largest dining facility on campus, is on schedule to reopen Aug. 12 after a $2 million renovation of its kitchen and serving areas. The renovation, which began May 1, is now in its final phase.